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I've got messy wavey and have never quite figured out the best product to use to define the curl and make it less frizzyIdeally I would like soft bouncey curls!I brush it in the shower with conditioner in, then scrunch a few things into it when damp and leave it to dry naturallyCan anyone recommend any good products for similar hair?
When I had wavy hair, I used to apply some argan oil to it whilst it was still damp! Left it soft, shiny, non-frizzy, and wasn't very weighty so everything was still nice and voluminous in the end.
I love Lush's R&B hair moisturizer. Though be warned, it has a strong floral smell...
Aveda Be Curly range is very good. And although it is expensive, a little goes a long way.
I've recently started using this: www.superdrug.com/OGX/Ogx-Coconut-Curls-Frizz-Defying-Moisture-Mousse-237ml/p/725342?gclid=Cj0KEQjwxPbHBRCdxJLF3qen3dYBEiQAMRyxS1b7TQ14037EIpO4itsoARbg4eWrBaMmeF3Yw_8lDW4aAoEk8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds Nicest hair product I've tried in ages, even been able to leave my hair to dry naturally without it frizzing :-)
Boots curl cream? Always gets a good press on here.
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